First Day Spectators Number Breaks Past 20,000
According to preliminary statistics, the opening and the first day of the exhibition was attended by around 20,000 people. Most of these visitors are associated with the shoes, clothing, luggage, bags, furniture, automobile industries, other leather goods industries, not to mention other enterprises in addition, and mainly composed of actual buyers, who made up about 70% of attendees, with traders and dealers estimated at closer to 30%. The benefits of the exhibition have been greatly praised by those attending, as the event seemed to receive universal acclaim.
It is expected that the convention will soon see attendees arriving from over 50 countries and regions within three days, with 30,000 professionals coming to visit the site to discuss procurement, out of which about 30% are estimated will be overseas visitors.
Exhibition Brings More than 900 Chinese and Foreign Enterprises Together
The regional Asian investment strategy and the Investment Bank’s success thus far has proved confidence-boosting for participating exhibitors. It is reported that countries and regions including Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Britain, the United States and Vietnam, 25 countries and regions, representing more than 900 Chinese and foreign brands, took this opportunity to display the most up-to-date, popular kinds of leather now on offer, including synthetic leather, leather-related machinery, leather-related chemicals, various hardware accessories, jewelry, as well as thousands of other kinds of products, at Asia's premier exhibition hall.